ERC Eco Scholarship Fund

Purpose: These scholarships are available to provide financial assistance to two high school seniors interested in environmental health sciences and the pursuit of a higher education.


Award: Scholarships, in the amount of $1,000 each, will be awarded to two students whose past and present efforts best embody the ideals of civic responsibility and environmental stewardship. These scholarships will be awarded and presented in July of the students' senior year in high school.

Eligibility: Any graduating high school senior who meets the following requirements is eligible to apply:

*Qualified applicants must be students who will be accepted to a two or four year higher education institution and major in an environmental studies program at an accredited California College or University.
*Minimum high school GPA of 3.25 (based on a scale of 4.0).
*Completion of at least one high school science class in addition to the minimum required for graduation.
*Must be a United States Citizen and have been a resident of the State of California for the past four year

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